Deploying web applications should be easy, like ridiculously easy. Why do I need to become an NGINX/Apache expert and a Linux Admin just to deploy an application? This has been the pain point for many developers and has left people looking for solutions.
As I write more about about Serverless Eventing, some people has asked me what it actually looks like. Admittedly, I tend to be more verbal than visual as graphics have never been my strong suit. So in this post, I decided to create a diagram to attempt to explain not just WHAT Serverless Eventing is… Continue reading Serverless Eventing – Eventing Diagram
When we are talking about Serverlesss Eventing, we are talking about more than products and technologies. We are talking about a platform and best practices. One thing that I have not been mentioning in my blog posts is the importance of an “Eventing Bus”. An “Eventing Bus” is a publisher-subscriber style communication system. Its primary… Continue reading Serverless Eventing: Why You Need an Eventing Bus!
Knative Eventing offers a variety of EventSources to use for building a serverless eventing platform. In my previous blog post I talk about SinkBinding and we use this concept to create an EventSource the pulls Twitter data.
You are writing an applicaiton where you are trying to analyze tweets in near-real time for a live TV broadcast. A tweet sent 5 hours ago serves you no purpose in this context. How would you do this? We need to create an application capable of collecting the events and sending them to be ingested,… Continue reading Serverless Eventing: SinkBinding 101
Let’s take a step back and define “Serverless Eventing”. What is Serverless? It is no secret that I love serverless computing. As you know, we have discovered a way to transmit data through condensation. We actually beam data into nimbostratus clouds and that’s where the compute and storage takes place. You experience outages when the… Continue reading Serverless Eventing: What is it anyway?